I recommend having questions to ask written and ready, because you will most likely have questions and you want to ensure you can have them laid out and answered for you before you forget(or freeze up like some). Employers appreciate your showing interest as well.
Ex: Parking, when will you hear back, scheduling, etc.
Other than questions, just show up on time with a smile, and be confident!
Be prepared and most important be yourself.
Answered - Cook (Former Employee) - Ontario, CA
Be confident, they want you to succeed. Don't focus on your resume too much. Focus on how you present yourself.
Just show up.
Answered - Supervisor/Concessions (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH
Get them to put everything in writing. Your schedule, bonus transparency , relocation criterion, and have your attorney look everything over and ask them, "If what you say is true please have the CEO sign off on it." Good luck!
Answered - Director of Operations (Former Employee) - Nyack, NY
To show enthusiasm and any prior merchandising experience you have.
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Puyallup, WA
Have a list of important questions and ask them during interview.
Have a goal and don't let anyone stand in the way
Answered - Support Manager Large Events (Current Employee) - United States
Make sure you have a car because busing it there takes a really long time and make sure you have another part time job since most employee's only work when there is a game or an Event going on.
Answered - Cashier/Bartender (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA
Do your best
Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
Be confident, know sports, smile.
Answered - Supervisor (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX